Justin Kenna

Founder and CEO of Frisco-Based Complexity Gaming Buys Esports Franchise Back from GameSquare for $10.36M

by | Mar 21, 2024
Complexity Gaming founder and CEO Jason Lake reacquired his company through the Lake-led investment group Global Esports Properties. The deal, signed earlier this month, is expected to close shortly. GameSquare had acquired Complexity for $27 million in June 2021.
Cowboys Launch ‘Dallas Cowboys Game Time’ Gaming Platform in Collaboration with GameSquare
by | Apr 17, 2023
The Dallas Cowboys have been huddling closer to gaming and esports for years. Now the organization is kicking off its own "Dallas Cowboys Game Time" gaming platform and community, in a collaboration with Toronto-based GameSquare. Featuring "always-on gaming programming," the platform kicks off on May 20 with a Fortnite tournament—and the chance to win a trip for two to the 2023 Super Bowl in Las Vegas.
Famed ‘Ninja’ Joins Frisco’s GameSquare as CIO, Will Lead New Incubator
by | Feb 24, 2023
Gaming and pop culture celeb Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is bringing his content innovation talents—and his 18 million Twitch followers—along for the ride at GameSquare, which is backed by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and Crescent Realty founder John Goff of Fort Worth.
Jerry Jones- and John Goff-Backed GameSquare Esports Merges With Streaming Platform
by | Dec 13, 2022
Toronto-based GameSquare announced a merger agreement last week with Engine Gaming & Media, a data-driven gaming, media, and influencer marketing platform company. The all-stock deal could give the combined company "an audience and reach as large as any gaming and esports company currently in the market," management said. Jerry Jones and John Goff will continue to be the largest investors of the combined entity, with the Jones family and Goff Capital holding "significant" board representation.

Complexity Stars Launches in Frisco with Athletes from NFL, NBA, UFC, and WNBA

by | Nov 30, 2021
A star-studded lineup of pro athletes is just the beginning for Complexity Stars. The new division from Frisco-based Complexity Gaming plans to add music stars and other celebs to its fold. The goal: Amplify the brand power of top athletes and stars by connecting them with the $2.1 billion esports and game streaming universe.